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October 25, 1738 Oglethorpe sets sail for Fort Frederica
  Fort Frederica
  James Oglethorpe
October 25, 1757 Georgia Governor Henry Ellis and South Carolina Governor William Lyttleton meet with various Chiefs in an effort to preserve the peace during the war with France
October 25, 1760 King George II dies. King George III, grandson of King George II assumes the throne.
October 25, 1780 Freeman Walker born, Charles City, Virginia
  Freeman Walker
October 25, 1805 Treaty of Tellico Blockhouse is signed, giving the government permission to build the Federal Road
October 25, 1805 Treaty of Tellico (sometimes given as October 27)
October 25, 1812 Stephen Decatur, in command of the USS United States captures HMS Macedonian during the War of 1812
  Stephen Decatur
October 25, 1902 Joseph Meriwether Terrell begins term as governor of Georgia
  Governors of Georgia, 1901-2000
October 25, 1909 A New York-to-Atlanta road race, sponsored by the New York Herald and the Atlanta Journal, begins on Broadway
October 25, 1945 Kansas City Monarchs decide not to prevent Jaackie Robinson from playing for Montreal (International League).
  Jackie Robinson
October 25, 1947 Secretary of the Interior declares Kennesaw Mountain NBP as "officially established." (The land acquisition, which had been challenged in court, was approved)
  Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
October 25, 1960 King sent to Reidsville (GA) State Prison for parole violation stemming from his May 4, 1960 arrest for driving without a license
  Martin Luther King
October 25, 1971 Live at the Fillmore East is certified as a Gold album
  Duane Allman and the Allman Brothers Band
October 25, 2006 Coca-Cola CEO Neville Isdell announced the company would donate 2.5 acres of prime real estate adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coke for a new Civil Rights Museum.
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